alexis godley

Dream Home

I’m always thinking about real estate: apartments, lofts, townhouses…new development vs resale, condo vs coop…primary vs pied a terre or investment…that’s my job. And with everything going on right now, we’re spending almost all of our time in our homes. Home is a place of security, a shelter from storms, literally and figuratively. It’s...

New Role at Christie’s International Real Estate

Christie’s International Real Estate Christie’s. Art. Beauty. Provenance. The brand that defines luxury real estate. Worldwide. I am absolutely delighted to announce that I have joined Christie’s International Real Estate as Senior Partner of Meier Estates & Ventures. This is an incredible opportunity and global platform for my clients to experience a truly elevated...

5 Reasons to Work with a Buyer’s Agent

5 Reasons to Work With a Buyer’s Agent. 1. To apply my extensive knowledge of the market including neighborhoods, statistics and trends.   2. To secure the best price through savvy negotiation and creative thinking.   3. To access my trusted network of lawyers and bankers who will make the closing process efficient in...

The East End Real Estate Market Report – Q4 2018

The South Fork The South Fork market experienced a drop in sales but overall price figures held steady. The number of reported sales and total sales volume were both down 15%. East Quogue/Hampton Bays, Quogue Village/Quogue and East Hampton Village had an increase in reported sales versus Fourth Quarter 2017. Reported sales in Southhampton...

Sugar & Spice

Every summer when I am visiting upstate, I have professional photos taken of Vivi by Ashley Brown Photography. I’ve done this since she was born and I love looking back at the photos to see how much she has grown. Ashley does a really lovely job of capturing the little moments of childhood happiness,...

Neighborhood Spotlight: Tribeca

The “Triangle Below Canal” was among the first residential neighborhoods developed in New York City beyond the city’s colonial boundaries and remained primarily residential until the 1840s. Increased shipping to downtown piers encouraged the expansion of the Washington Market – a wholesale produce market which opened in 1813– which took over houses and warehouses...